PG Admission Mess-Up: KU Takes Lenient View To Save Career Of Students

PG Admission Mess-Up: KU Takes ‘Lenient View’ To Save Career Of Students

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The Kashmir University (KU) on Thursday notified that it has taken a “lenient view” of all the ineligible candidates who were admitted to various post-graduate (PG) Programmes through a botched-up admission process in the academic session 2021.

These students were falling short of mandatory 24 credits at the Under-Graduate (UG) level but the varsity had accepted their online application forms which didn’t have any option related to the 24-credit requirement.

The university had initially contemplated cancelling their admissions but following an outcry by the students that they were being punished for the fault of the university after six months of taking the admissions and classes, the varsity authorities have now reconsidered the earlier decision “in the interest of the students’ academic careers.”

The Vice-Chancellor, while taking a lenient view and keeping into consideration the recommendations of the committee constituted for the purpose, has been pleased to allow continuation of admission in favour of the candidates as have been admitted for pursuit of PG programme (session 2021-22) with less than 24 credits in the Core/Generic Elective in the subject concerned at the UG level as a one-time concession to save the academic career of students.

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